Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

Page 187 - Headley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Memorial Book
All Saints Church. Desk made of Hampshire oak containing book, bound in blue leather, resting on blue Italian velvet. Dedicated to forty-eight men who died in the Second World War.     C.A.
SU 821 362
1610 99
All Saints Church. Magnificent C.13. Stained glass, representing the martyrdom of a saint. Bears marked resemblance to the world famous glass in Chartres Cathedral. Removed for safe keeping during the Second World War and now protected by plate glass.     C.A.
SU 821 362
1610 96
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Village Pound (Site)
Corner of Crabtree Gardens, Liphook Road. Two sides of walls remain. On them is a plaque which reads, 'This wall was part of the Headley Village Pound, erected probably in the C.17 and demolished in 1929'.     SU 825 362
1610 87
By the parish boundary at Frensham Pond. Wall by roadside intact, and the ramp over which the animals scrambled can still be traced.     SU 840 402
1610 64
All Saints Church. Oak gate with roof, erected to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and dedicated in May 1954.     C.A.
SU 821 362
1610 100
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
The Grange. Built by combined parishes of Headley, Bramshott and Kingsley as a Union Workhouse. Attacked in 1830 by gang of labourers led by Robert Holdaway, a wheel-wright. Ref: 1. Bramshott, (Canon Cape). Ref: 2.Headley - The Story of a Hampshire Parish 1066-1966, (Canon Tudor Jones, Rector of Headley 1934-1965).     SU 826 356
1610 57
Standford Mill. Present dwelling modern, but built of old materials. Original mill burnt down in C.1 9. Turned 'shoddy' into paper, and traditionally believed to have been used by Portals of Laverstoke for Bank of England Notes. Ref: It Happened in Hampshire, (Beddington and Christie), p.75.     C.A.
SU 812 349
1610 95
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